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[speaker not understood] cards here. arthur davis, are you here? and leslie [speaker not understood] is next, and james johnson after that. >>> thank you. i'm a scientist. i'm the writer on this book on cell phone safety. i was a professor at mount sinai. [speaker not understood]. i won the nobel prize with al gore and a group of scientists and i'm here today to tell you as the president of the environmental health trust why i believe that this law that you passed is very important. it has already had a major impact. the law being considered environmental health trust work with the supervisors with harry lehman who just spoke, distinguished attorney, ellie [speaker not understood]. it should send a message to you this is an important public health measure. last week i testified before the d.c. city council on the same issue. you actually have inspired the world. i have met with mayors in helsinki alone and people are taking up the message that people have a right to know about cell phone safety. you've set a very shining example. jackson hole, wyoming, and poem broke, florida passed
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congressman, john davis, republican, former congressman, arthur davis, democrat who became a republican. the only announced republican in the race thus far. but you have to be 25 to be in congress. so you -- you would be 25 by the time you would, you hope, win and be sworny. >> unlike the folks in washington i enjoy reading the constitution and i understand the age requirement. i'll turn 25 september 28th september 28th before the election, and as you'll know, joe biden won at age 29 to be a senator so you only have to reach your legal age before your sworn in and i will be 25 before that time. >> neil: i don't know using gobioids buy as an example is advancing your cause. there are lot of folks interested in the race. how will you differentiate yourself besides being the youngest? >> i think we have to send someone to washington with a different life experience, that understands only three in ten americans under 30 have fulltime work. only half of college graduates are even getting a chance at finding jobs. half of them are underemployed and they're getting $30,000 in debt when they le
have either lost races such as former d.c. mayor adrian fente and a congressman and arthur davis, while others have had their career end because of scandal like former congressman jesse jackson jr. and that's not all. the article essentially blames obama for the lack of african americans in d.c. how accurate is this some here is from the new york city rights commission michael meyers and -- >> america is a wonderful country. people have choices to make for whatever careers they want to pursue. with obama being re-elected, that means our society is a color-blind society. even with mr. scott from carolina, come on, this is about people making choices for what we want to do with their lives and careers. >> generally i agree but i don't agree we are yet in a color-blind society. let me finish my point -- >> why are you yelling at me? >> why we are not in a color-blind society is because of barack obama. he has race conscious policies. he has a messiah complex. it's a guy who engages ineth no centric politics and ego centric politics. he has the emphasis on i. it's all about obama. i'm surpr
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